September 28, 2022
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Seekonk town officials intend to establish an economic development subcommittee which will be under the guidance of the Board of Selectmen. The board plans to review the town’s Master Plan, … more
East Providence, R.I. (August 31, 2022): CareLink, a nonprofit healthcare network of post-acute and community-based providers serving adults with complex health issues, announces statewide … more
East Providence, RI – The City will roll out a number of programs to support East Providence small businesses over the next few weeks. To help our small businesses thrive, the City will be … more
East Providence's Storefront Improvement Program is designed to help small business owners hit hard by the Pandemic. The U.S. Treasury has identified these business areas as those most … more
During the 1950s, the Rehoboth Teachers’ Club held fundraisers for purchasing school supplies and equipment. A play, “Tish” by Alice Chadwicke, was presented in the new Palmer River … more
Hello All – Another month has quickly flown by. I hope you have been enjoying your summer and staying healthy and safe.  As the summer draws to a close, I also hope you had an enjoyable … more
 It's hard to believe September is here already. By the time you read this issue the September Primary Election will be over and we will be busy getting ready for the State Election in November. … more
The East Providence Police is proud to announce the promotion of several officers. Captain Michael Jones, Lieutenant Kurt Hawes, Sergeant Michael O'Connell, and Detective Stephen DeMedeiros were … more
The Board of Selectmen voted Monday to dissolve the K-8 Withdrawal Study Committee. Voters overwhelmingly rejected a withdrawal of K-8 from the Dighton-Rehoboth Regional School District at the … more
There are a few cats and a dog at the Rehoboth Animal Shelter. This month's cat is Louise. She is a spayed female tabby cat. Louise is friendly but very timid and spends most of her time at the … more
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